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50th CES wins environmental award

The 50th Civil Engineer Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, received its first Gen. Thomas D. White Environmental Award for Cultural Resource Management Feb. 19, 2021. Among the 50th CES’s achievements of the past two years, were a complete rewrite of its Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan to capture new data and best practices. The base’s cultural resources team also implemented a new Installation Tribal Relations Plan and established strong working relationships with Native American Tribes and the State of Colorado. For the first time in nearly 30 years, walking surveys of the entire installation for archaeological and architectural resources were conducted, discovering dozens of new sites and artifacts from both historic and prehistoric eras. These initiatives enabled the Cultural Resources Program team to remain compliant with the National Historic Preservation Act as Schriever AFB undergoes rapid development and construction. (U.S. Space Force courtesy photo)

The 50th Civil Engineer Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, received its first Gen. Thomas D. White Environmental Award for Cultural Resource Management Feb. 19, 2021. Among the 50th CES’s achievements of the past two years, were a complete rewrite of its Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan to capture new data and best practices. The base’s cultural resources team also implemented a new Installation Tribal Relations Plan and established strong working relationships with Native American Tribes and the State of Colorado. For the first time in nearly 30 years, walking surveys of the entire installation for archaeological and architectural resources were conducted, discovering dozens of new sites and artifacts from both historic and prehistoric eras. These initiatives enabled the Cultural Resources Program team to remain compliant with the National Historic Preservation Act as Schriever AFB undergoes rapid development and construction. (U.S. Space Force courtesy photo)

SCHRIEVER AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- The 50th Civil Engineer Squadron at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, received its first Gen. Thomas D. White Environmental Award for Cultural Resource Management Feb. 19, 2021. Among the 50th CES’s achievements of the past two years, were a complete rewrite of its Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan to capture new data and best practices. The base’s cultural resources team also implemented a new Installation Tribal Relations Plan and established strong working relationships with Native American Tribes and the State of Colorado. For the first time in nearly 30 years, walking surveys of the entire installation for archaeological and architectural resources were conducted, discovering dozens of new sites and artifacts from both historic and prehistoric eras. These initiatives enabled the Cultural Resources Program team to remain compliant with the National Historic Preservation Act as Schriever AFB undergoes rapid development and construction. (U.S. Space Force courtesy photo)
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